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Old 10-22-2013, 05:31 PM   #26
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Will their end links with SS sway bars help a V6 car? I have stock SS sways that I got for free. Will these end links even fit the stock bars? and if so will the change be noticeable on a V6?
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Old 10-22-2013, 06:23 PM   #27
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I'm totally satisfied with the Proven Wicked end links. They have been through two track days (four 20 minute sessions each day) and have driven back and forth to work all week while in street config. No issues or clunking! I just wish they were more visible since they look like pieces of art.
Rod-ends tend to rattle rather than clunk as wear first begins to develop.

What you're more likely to experience before that assuming a year-round daily driven car is squeaking or groaning. I have rod-ended endlinks on my car (obviously not those Proven Wicked part numbers), and without boots working a shot or two of WD-40 into each ball & socket every once in a while keeps them quiet (I wipe the excess). They have never rattled in over 3 years. I would expect PW's endlinks to hold up equally well.


Now you've got me wondering if those boots would fit my UMI endlinks.


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Old 10-22-2013, 10:49 PM   #28
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I would check with Shane at Proven Wicked. He can get busy with the shop, but normally responds to e-mails in a timely manner.
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Old 10-23-2013, 11:47 AM   #29
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Rod-ends tend to rattle rather than clunk as wear first begins to develop.

What you're more likely to experience before that assuming a year-round daily driven car is squeaking or groaning. I have rod-ended endlinks on my car (obviously not those Proven Wicked part numbers), and without boots working a shot or two of WD-40 into each ball & socket every once in a while keeps them quiet (I wipe the excess). They have never rattled in over 3 years. I would expect PW's endlinks to hold up equally well.


Now you've got me wondering if those boots would fit my UMI endlinks.


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True I think on the rattle sound and makes sence. Keep reading on "clunking" and endlinks. Took off my Pfadt units as I have clunking and put on stock ZL1 units. Sound is still there, maybe a tad less, probably bigger tires and rims or the Hotchkis springs and install, only thing it can be as all things are tight. Only thing after a year was the heim joint at the bar end was not tight, just loose and flopped around
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For those of you that own the wicked endlinks, what swaybars are you pairing them with? Do they line up okay? Curious? Thxs


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Old 01-17-2015, 03:49 AM   #31
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For those of you that own the wicked endlinks, what swaybars are you pairing them with? Do they line up okay? Curious? Thxs


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I have the Proven Wicked end links. Awesome stuff. Just make sure you tighten down the lock nuts for the rod ends. This will ensure there's no clunking noises.
I'm using Pfadt FE3 sport sway bars (2010-2011 Camaros). You have to use FE3 style sway bars because the studs on the Proven Wicked links are 10mm diameter. GM started using 12mm end links in 2012 when the FE4 style suspension came out. Also, Proven Wicked only offers the FE3 style rear end links.
As for lining up the sway bar holes, the Proven Wicked end links are adjustable. If they don't fit perfectly, adjust them a little. I personally had no issues with alignment.
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I'm using Pfadt FE3 sport sway bars (2010-2011 Camaros). You have to use FE3 style sway bars because the studs on the Proven Wicked links are 10mm diameter. GM started using 12mm end links in 2012 when the FE4 style suspension came out. Also, Proven Wicked only offers the FE3 style rear end links.
Sounds like there's a small business opportunity for anybody willing to make up sets of 12mm OD x 10mm ID spacers.


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Sounds like there's a small business opportunity for anybody willing to make up sets of 12mm OD x 10mm ID spacers.


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